Category: filing for divorce

Factors To Consider With A Military Divorce

Divorce in New Mexico can get complicated under the best of circumstances, and if one or both spouses are members of the Armed Forces, it can be even more complex. If you or your spouse are divorcing and one or both of you is in the military, it’s important to seek legal advice from an […]

Managing A Child's Healthcare After Divorce

A child’s health is always a significant concern for his or her parents. In a New Mexico divorce, the question of how to handle a child’s medical care should not be a mystery, but some issues surrounding it can cause confusion. It’s extremely important for you and your co-parent to manage healthcare decisions for your […]

Tips For Making Your Budget Work After A Divorce

A New Mexico divorce is going to involve and impact your finances, and it can bring some challenges and obstacles along with it. With the loss of one person’s income, you may really feel as if you’re living with much less, but you can use the tips below to save some money and make your […]

Communication Documentation And Divorce

When you decide to divorce in New Mexico, it can be scary at first for a lot of reasons. For starters, it’s likely that you’ve never done this before, so you don’t have the knowledge you would like to navigate it. Whether you are considering divorce right now or are already in the process, one […]

Dealing With Communication Issues During And After Divorce

Communication during and after a New Mexico divorce can become really complicated, and especially difficult when there are kids involved. You may not have a problem getting in contact with your former spouse, having clear, productive conversations can be another matter entirely. Sometimes, this devolves into a patterns of long-winded emails or vague, frustrating text […]

Divorce Mediation in New Mexico

Divorce mediation is an option in New Mexico, and it can be a great way for you to settle your divorce without having to have a judge decide crucial matters for you. In mediation, an independent third party will work with you and your spouse to help you come to a settlement agreement. You can […]

Six Tips For Living Together During A Divorce

One popular myth about divorce perpetuated by movies, TV shows and books is that once the divorce papers have been filed, one of the spouses immediately must move out of the home the couple shared. While one spouse certainly can move out if he or she decides to do so, it’s not a requirement. The […]

Understanding Divorce Papers In New Mexico

If you were recently served divorce papers in New Mexico, the first thing you should do is take a deep breath and keep calm. Next, find a place to sit down and look over the papers once just for any dates or times for hearings or deadlines for responses. Then, go back over the papers […]

What You Need To Know About the "Schedule of Asset and Debts"

In any divorce in New Mexico, there comes a time when you have to deal with finances. In this state’s family law, there is a rule known as 1-123 that requires divorcing couples to disclose their finances in detail on a forms known as the “Schedule of Asset and Debts.” Keep reading to learn more about […]

Dividing Assets During A Divorce

When you are looking to get a divorce or are in the middle of one, it’s important to identify all of the assets you and your spouse have. This is so the court, or you and your spouse, can divide the assets in an equal way. Unfortunately, one or both spouses hiding assets in a divorce […]